Beginner VNC User - About to have a baby!
Fri Sep 19 08:51:01 2003
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ralph Gaboury [mailto:email@example.com]
> My wife is about to have a baby (due 9/25), and I've been
> trying to figure out
> how to get VNC to work through my office's firewall so that I
> can work from
> home once the baby comes. I've read through several dozen
> help articles, and
> postings to this list trying to figure it out, but the
> network and programming
> lingo is a little over my head. Thanks in advance for
> putting up with my
> "Newbie" ignorance.
Don't bother setting up the vnc connection from home to the office, you do
not get any time to use it once you are a father (as in parent). Best is to
do your job before your wife delivers your child. Once the 'Newbie' is
around, you are also a 'newbie'-father and gonna get a lot of experience on
a totally different job.
Good luck with the new baby,
from an experienced father (my little girl is 5 years already ;-)
btw: if you like to do something with computers while the new baby is
around, get a digital photo camera and dump the pictures on a website on a
daily base and teach the grandparents how to see the pictures on internet
while they are not around your new child...
> Here's my set-up:
not relevant parts are removed....
> At home, I have a Macintosh G4 running OS 10.1 (soon to be 10.2). My
> Mac is hooked up to the Internet through a router (Netgear
> Websafe) hooked up
> to a cable modem (Motorolla Surfboard) -- I use a router
> because I am also
> using an Analog Telephone Adapter for the Vonage
> voice-over-Internet service
> (which works beautifully by the way - e-mail me with any
> questions you might
> have about Vonage).
Slightly change here: the above hardware will serve as a webserver....
> Ralph Gaboury
new baby at http://www.RalphGaboury.com/newbaby..... ;-)
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